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Old Posted Aug 25, 2015, 10:31 PM
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I linked your post (spreadsheet for Austin) under project sets in the directory (1st post).

Great effort on your part.

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Old Posted Aug 26, 2015, 6:07 PM
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I just updated my list of new towers for Downtown Dallas (post #37) to reflect recent activity.

The 30 story Katy Station was moved from "Groundbreaking Imminent" to "Under Construction" with the recent level of activity now occurring on the construction site. And I've moved the 23 story 1900 Pearl ("Symphony" tower) from "Planned" to "Groundbreaking Imminent" based on the just published FAA schedule showing construction starting on Sep. 25, 2015.

On 09-08-15 I added proposed 70 story and 60 story Pacific Plaza residential towers by Sarimsakci Development to the "Planned" towers list as I had inadvertantly omitted them previously.

On 09-08-15 I added a new ~16 story office tower recently announced for the Dallas Design District (1640 Edison) to the "Planned" towers.

On 09-10-15 I added a new 39 story mixed use tower recently announced for the corner of Field Street and Woodall Rodgers Expressway (South Asian Museum tower), to the "Planned" towers.

On 09-17-15 the 25 story Skyhouse Victory Place residential tower was moved from "Groundbreaking Imminent" to "Under Construction" with that project now starting construction.

On 09-27-15 the 23 story "2921 Lemmon Ave." mixed use tower (hotel and residential) was added to the "Planned" towers list with permits having been filed with the City of Dallas for the tower's construction.

On 10-20-15 I added the 12 story 1920 McKinney office tower to the "Under Construction" list as it had been erroneously omitted.

On 10-21-15 I added an approximately 15 story mixed use tower, "Union Bankers Life" in Deep Ellum, to the "Planned" towers list.

On 12-11-15 the 23 story "M" Line Streetlights residential tower was moved from "Planned" to "Under Construction", the twin 17 story residential towers, The Case Building, was moved from "Planned" to "Under Construction", the "Pearl", a 14 story residential tower, was added to "Planned" and the 8 story Gables/Whole Foods residential tower was added to "Under Construction" as it had been previously omitted.

On 12-16-15 the 25 story 1900 Pearl ("Symphony" Arts District office tower) was moved from "Groundbreakings Imminent" to "Under Construction" and the 17 story Virgin Hotel was moved from "Planned" to "Groundbreakings Imminent".

On 12-30-15 the 20 story "Ltd Edition 2505" residential tower was moved from "Planned" to "Groundbreakings Imminent" with the recent ground work occurring at the construction site (construction fence has gone up) and an approximate 20 story office tower was added to "Planned" for the Trinity Groves District.

On 01-12-16 the 24 story "Cinepolis" tower was moved from "Groundbreakings Imminent" to "Under Construction" with the construction fence up and bulldozers clearing the land.

On 01-13-16 the 25 story "Commune & Ilume" mixed use tower (residential & hotel) was added to "Planned".

On 01-15-16 the 34 story Residences at Park District residential tower and its companion 20 story Park District office tower were moved from "Groundbreakings Imminent" to "Under Construction" with the project's formal ground breaking occurring today.

On 02-10-16 added a new ~25 story Perot office tower located at Cedar Springs & Dickson to "Groundbreakings Imminent" with a planned start in Sep. 2016.

On 02-19-16 added "Alexan Katy Trail", a 15 story residential tower, to "Groundbreakings Imminent".

On 02-26-16 added a 42 story mixed use tower planned for next to Dallas City Hall by Sarimsacki Development to "Planned".

On 02-27-16 added a 16 story office tower, 3015 Cedar Springs, to "Planned".

On 03-15-16 added a 22 story residential tower by Greenway Investments located at Cedar Springs and Fairmount to "Planned".

On 03-19-16 added the 23 story and 9 story CityPlace mixed use towers (23 story residential & 9 story hotel), located at Blackburn and Central Expwy, to "Under Construction".

On 03-22-16 moved the twin towers for the Union Dallas development from "Groundbreakings Imminent" to "Under Construction" with site work now underway for the project.

On 04-07-16 added to "Planned" twin 20 story mixed use towers by Greenway/Cedar Springs L.P. located at 2808 Fairmount and a 20 story residential tower by Fairfield Residential located at Hi Line & Turtle Creek.

On 04-13-16 added to "Planned" a 22 story residential tower by Crescent Communities located at 2007 Randall Street.

On 05-16-16 added to "Planned" a 13 story residential tower by Greystar in the City Lights project on Live Oak Street.

On 06-06-16 added to "Planned" a 40 story residential tower by Amli Residential at Field Street and Munger Avenue.

As of 06-06-16, the count of new towers "Under Construction" in Downtown Dallas remains at 28, the count of towers with "Groundbreakings Imminent" remains at 8, and the count of towers "Planned" increases from 44 to 45.
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View of Downtown Dallas from Azure; Bleu Ciel is rising a block north


Panoramic night view of Downtown Dallas from Azure; Bleu Ciel is rising a block north

New towers for Downtown Dallas and the central core:

Under Construction, 28 towers:

34 story Residences at Park District residential tower, Trammell Crow
33 story Bleu Ciel residential tower
30 story Katy Station residential tower
29 story The Union Dallas residential tower, shared parking podium
25 story The Union Dallas office tower, 16 stories on top of shared parking podium
25 story 1900 Pearl ("Symphony" Arts District office tower), Lincoln Property
25 story Skyhouse Victory Place residential tower
24 story Cinepolis residential tower
23 story CityPlace residential tower, Blackburn and Central Expwy
23 story "M" Line Streetlights residential tower
23 story The Jordan residential tower
23 story Ascent 1 residential tower (2 tower complex on shared podium)
21 story Ascent 2 residential tower (2 tower complex on shared podium)
22 story The McKenzie residential tower
22 story Frost Bank office tower
21 story McKinney & Olive mixed use tower
21 story One Uptown residential tower
20 story Park District office tower, Trammell Crow
18 story The Brady residential tower
18 story Hall Arts office tower
17 story tower, The Case Building, Westdale Deep Ellum residential towers
14 story 1900 Cedar Springs residential tower
12 story 1920 McKinney office tower
10 story Alexan Skyline residential tower
10 story Baylor Hospital hotel tower
9 story CityPlace hotel tower, Blackburn and Central Expwy
8 story Gables/Whole Foods residential tower
7 story One Harwood, "Rolex" office tower, Harwood International


Groundbreakings imminent, 8 towers:

Twin 26 story towers, "2000 Ross", J.P.Morgan Chase mixed use towers (hotel and residential, next to Trammell Crow Center), 1Q16
~25 story Perot office tower, Cedar Springs at Dickson
23 story Hines Victory office tower, Sep. 30, 2015 per FAA schedule
20 story Ltd Edition 2505, residential tower, 1Q16
18 story Oliver & Central residential tower, 1Q16
17 story Virgin Hotel, 2Q16
15 story Alexan Katy Trail, residential tower, 2Q16


Planned, 45 towers:

50-100 story Perot Tower
Twin 80 story and twin 60 story towers (4 tower complex near Dallas City Hall), Sarimsakci Development
Harwood Forum complex, Harwood International mixed use towers (3.2 million sq ft of condos, office, hotel, retail):
-- twin ~80-81 story towers (connected by skybridge)
-- ~40-50 story tower
-- ~30 story tower (curvy design)
-- ~30 story Harwood XII office tower
70 story and 60 story residential towers, Pacific Plaza, Sarimsakci Development
50+ story The Lexi mixed use tower, Harwood International
50 story Hall Arts mixed use tower
46 story CityPlace mixed use tower
42 story "City Hall" mixed use tower, Sarimsakci Development
40 story residential tower, Amli Residential
39 story 2121 Flora Atelier Arts District mixed use tower
39 story South Asian Museum, mixed use tower, Field@Woodall Rodgers Expwy
29 story Hall Arts residential tower
29 story The Oliver residential tower, Harwood International
25 story "Commune & Ilume" mixed use tower (residential & hotel)
24 story Streetlights Hall & Howell residential tower
24 story 2826 No. Harwood office tower, Harwood International
22 story Greenway residential tower, Cedar Springs and Fairmount
22 story Crescent Communities residential tower, located at 2007 Randall Street
20-25 story Hillwood Urban 1, office tower
20-25 story Hillwood Urban 2, office tower
Twin 20 story mixed use towers, Greenway/Cedar Springs L.P., retail, office and residential
20 story residential tower, Fairfield Residential, Hi Line & Turtle Creek
~20 story Trinity Groves District office tower
19 story "Club Babalu" residential tower
19 story 1640 Edison, Design District office tower
17 story "Old Warsaw" office tower (14 story + ~3 story crown)
~17 story Dream Hotel
16 story 3015 Cedar Springs, office tower
~15 story "Union Bankers Life" mixed use tower, Deep Ellum
14 story "Pearl" residential tower, Uptown
13 story Greystar residential tower in the City Lights project on Live Oak Street
Spire Development, mixed use:
-- 30 story hotel
-- 30 story office
-- 21 story office
-- 13 story residential
12 story Two Arts office tower, Lucy Billingsley


Not announced:

Tim Headington holdings (across from The Joule Hotel and across from Fountain Place office tower)
Jack Matthews holdings (old "Dallas High School", West Dallas and The Cedars)
Hunt/Woodbine holdings (Reunion/Union Station)
High Speed Rail development (possible tower or towers as part of HSR complex)

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Old Posted Aug 26, 2015, 6:19 PM
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Updated the link for your project set.
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Downtown Dallas to become home to Texas' tallest supertalls?





The Dallas Metropolis website is atwitter with excitement as more details emerge on Harwood International's recently unveiled Harwood Forum complex development. More specifically the tall twin towers joined by a skybridge.

Harwood published on 08-26-15 the height for its twin towers at 1080 feet.

Texas' current tallest supertall is 1002' at 75 stories. Using the number of floors in the 1002' tall structure that would make Harwood Forum's towers 80-81 stories tall.

Yehaw! We'll all be watching this one with great excitement!

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Downtown Dallas to become home to Texas' tallest supertalls?





The Dallas Metropolis website is atwitter with excitement as more details emerge on Harwood International's recently unveiled Harwood Forum complex development. More specifically the tall twin towers joined by a skybridge.

Harwood published on 08-26-15 the height for its twin towers at 1080 feet.

Texas' current tallest supertall is 1002' at 75 stories. Using the number of floors in the 1002' tall structure that would make Harwood Forum's towers 80-81 stories tall.

Yehaw! We'll all be watching this one with great excitement!
Here's the link to the FAA request for one (or both?) tower(s):

https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external...61961202&row=0

It's still early, but it seems like Harwood is serious about doing this!
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Old Posted Aug 29, 2015, 1:40 AM
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Harwood International has provided information concerning their planned development known as "Harwood Forum" that the renderings represent.

The image I've posted below is of a large billboard that Harwood erected across from Cirque last summer that prominently announces "Harwood Forum" and that it is 3 million square feet of "build to suit residential, office, hotel, and retail".

And as we now know, Harwood Forum's location is literally across from Cirque and extends southward a block or two toward Woodall Rodgers Expressway.

At the time the billboard appeared in summer 2014 no one really understood what it meant. A poster on Dallas Metropolis very recently found the Harwood Forum renderings online and published them on the Dallas Metropolis site.

Then two days ago Harwood International filed formal notice with the FAA of the height of the two large twin towers as being 1,080 feet which further validates the billboard's announcement of a year ago. FAA formal filing link is provided in the post immediately above.

The dots have now connected and it is an incredible development that is on the near horizon and is apparently very serious. The Harwood Forum development will forever change not only the Downtown Dallas skyline but the urban fabric of the city.

Couple that with the fact that at this very moment 14 towers are under construction in the Downtown Dallas core, 8 more towers have groundbreakings that are imminent and another 34 towers are planned (of which Harwood Forum is included in that count). That list of the 56 towers appears above as well.

Absolutely stunning levels of development are occurring in Downtown Dallas and the central core. Dallas seems poised to literally soar.


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DALLAS | The Case Building | 17 FLOORS

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Developers are launching construction of the largest new real estate project yet in Dallas’ Deep Ellum neighborhood.

Investor Westdale Properties andStreetLights Residential plan to build a 17-story apartment tower just south of Baylor Medical Center.

Called The Case Building, the 337-unit tower at Main and Hall streets will be the first high-rise apartment in Deep Ellum.
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Update: Added "The Case Building" and "Harwood Forum" to directory links for Dallas.
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HOUSTON | Chelsea at Museum District | FT | 18 FLOORS

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Deccan Development (Sponsor) is constructing a 95-unit, luxury multi-family complex (“The Chelsea”) in Houston, Texas.

The land has been procured, and pre-development work is well under way. The City of Houston has granted planning pre-development approval; Soil testing and environmental surveys are complete; Architect and Engineering plans are close to completion. Developer expects to break ground in October, 2015. The construction period is 18 months.
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Directory Update: Added "Chelsea at Museum District" to Houston links.

Quite a nice project.

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Now that KPMG is built I created threads for the following:
The Tower at Hall Arts
The Residences at Hall Arts

According to the developer they will announce them this fall, but phase 3 will probably be first:
Exclusive: Developer Craig Hall planning next phase of Hall Arts in Dallas
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Thanks, just added them.

We have 32 so far for proposals (threads).

How tall is The Residences at Hall Arts (phase 2 tower)? Looks like its 330 feet or so.
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Thanks, just added them.

We have 32 so far for proposals (threads).

How tall is The Residences at Hall Arts (phase 2 tower)? Looks like its 330 feet or so.
I don't think that has been released yet. The designs that have been released were just preliminary and I'm sure will change. We will just have to wait till fall to find out more details about it.
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Thanks, just added them.

We have 32 so far for proposals (threads).

How tall is The Residences at Hall Arts (phase 2 tower)? Looks like its 330 feet or so.
It appears to be closer to 400'...I counted roughly 35 floors.

For reference, the 18-story Hall Arts Center is 269'.
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Mixed-use development for the Museum District. The project features 3 buildings, with the tallest being a ~45-story residential tower. Other uses also include retail and office space.

http://www.pjararchitects.com/#!museo-plaza/cem1
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- 27 floors
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- SW corner of Alpha and Noel


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Added today's new threads and also changed the title based on the 45 to 54 floor edit.
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AUSTIN | Hyatt House | 120 FEET | 11 FLOORS | SITE PREP

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The Hyatt House hotel is planned to rise 11 stories at 901 Neches St. in downtown Austin, according to permit applications making their way through the city’s review process. It will have 189 rooms and a 139-space parking garage.
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Dallas has plans for a 39-floor mixed-use building proposed by Pelli Clarke Pelli.

This project is the South Asian Museum and will be incorporated into the project.

From the City Council Meeting

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This project [...] is its chance for Dallas to announce its presence as an international city on the world stage, with a truly mixed-use building.

A building that will have five floors of the foundation of the cultural teaching spaces and galleries.

Above which are ten floors of office building in which an incubator by a tech company may start up.

And above that, 24 floors of residential.

We think these mixed-use vibrant buildings can be transformative in this city.

It gives the city a work, live, play environment all in a single structure.
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We feel that the building can be iconic, that it should be in fact a gateway announcing arrival into Dallas on Woodall Rogers.

We feel that the tower should take a form and shape that makes it a symbol of the vision and goals of this city as well as its aspirations.
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It creates a sustainable structure. One in which the economics of the housing and office will endow the museum so that it can always be open for eternity.
- William (Bill) Butler
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